Some may argue that the marketing industry and the learning industry have little in common. The two industries have their differences but share an underlying goal: to influence how others think and behave.
Let’s face it. Training takes time, energy, resources and money, which is why most organizations find it hard to invest in it.
By Emily Drzewiecki, Communications Coordinator at Xerox Corporation Senior Xerox executives in North America have adopted a new program in which the likes of Mike Feldman, John Corley and Judy Novak are playing the part of student with up-and-coming younger professionals who have been assigned…
Let me tell you a story of failure in my life that caused me to lose confidence in myself.
It is as though learning alone will yield performance results—which it does not. There is no business or performance measure that improves because of what people know; these measures improve because of what people do with what they know.
How Does Coaching Help? What’s Driving the Growth? Why Is It So Powerful?
Keeping staff fully trained in all aspects of their role not only allows for greater workplace synergy and greater productivity, it also gives employees a tangible sense of progression and achievement. As they learn new skills and take on greater responsibilities, they feel more satisfied…
The challenges training professionals face at work are akin to a pilot flying in the dark without air traffic control. What I uncovered is shocking, widespread, and downright disabling to a trainer’s success.